- For its Clinton Global Initiative goal, Net-Works aims to add three net collection hubs in three years and positively affect 10,000 people by 2020.
GreenBiz Group and Waste Management recently conducted a joint research effort to identify current trends in waste reduction and recycling.
Businesses can move beyond the bin to make recycling more effective.
Savvy companies are helping businesses get value from end-of-life technology while ensuring it doesn't wind up in a landfill.
To build a better workforce, companies need to rethink hiring practices, energy efficiency standards, recycling and more.
The recently departed head of sustainability reflects on his time at the coffee company. How does he view the NGO world now that he is part of it?
Attempts to make America's biggest sporting event more eco-friendly are nothing to call foul on.
From Portland to New York City, these destinations make sustainability critical to meeting operations.
Nike, eBay and others led the charge on designing apps and services that helped to drive change over the past year.
Launched in a garage in 2007, this toy maker is finding mainstream success with recycled-plastic rocket ships and tea sets at Nordstrom and beyond.
Don't let the limitations of being a tenant stop you. A "green lease" and fostering a culture of improvement go a long way.
This new online food exchange and alert service aims to help businesses waste not, want not.
Can Johnson and Johnson's new Tumblr campaign get more consumers to recycle bottles from their bathrooms?
The latest e-Stewards standard for recycling electronics includes fair labor and lead exposure regulations.
It's time that Starbucks addressed the fatal flaw in its reusable $1 coffee cups.
The coffee and donut giant has diverted thousands of paper cups from landfill by turning them into trays.
Big-league sports need a 'Michael Jordan of sustainability' and six other things, said experts at the Green Sports Alliance in New York City.
The company’s new campaign asks people to make recycling pledges and reuse old plastic bottles.
The wireless company buys back millions of phones a year with the help of up-to-the-minute values from eRecyclingCorps.
Interface is helping villagers in the Philippines collect old fishing nets to be recycled into carpet yard. Is the program too good to be true?
The risk of making recycled content a sacred cow is that we stop asking hard questions and forget that recycling is not an end unto itself.